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Curonian Spit Reopened for Tourist Groups
23.06.2020 16:40
Curonian Spit Reopened for Tourist Groups
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The Federal State Budgetary Institution "Curonian Spit National Park" gave official permission for tourist groups to visit the territory.  

      Three tourist routes, seven ecological trails, and the Visitor Center museum complex are open for visiting. The historical and ethnographic museum "Ancient Sambia", representing the Viking settlement, is still closed. But the national park intends to launch it in early July.

      In March, a visit to the Curonian Spit was banned due to the coronavirus pandemic.

      The Curonian Spit is a sandy peninsula 98 km long (Russian part - 48 km, Lithuanian - 50 km), with the width from 400 m to 4 km. This is the longest sandy mound in the world. In 2000, the Curonian Spit was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Curonian Spit Kaliningrad    

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